University of Reading Press Release
|11/27/2018 - 10:25||
Professor Ian Bond appointed as new Dean for the Faculty of Engineering
The University has appointed a new Dean for the Faculty of Engineering. Professor Ian Bond, currently Head of the University’s School of Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, will step up to the new role in August 2019.
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|11/19/2018 - 19:44||
How could multilingualism benefit Indias poorest schoolchildren?
Multilingualism is the norm in India. But rather than enjoying the cognitive and learning advantages seen in multilingual children in the Global North, Indian children show low levels of learning basic school skills. Professor Ianthi Tsimpli is trying to disentangle the causes of this paradox.
|University of C...|
|11/15/2018 - 11:07||
Auroras unlock the physics of energetic processes in space
A close study of auroras has revealed new ways of understanding the physics of explosive energy releases in space, according to new UCL-led research.
|11/12/2018 - 10:01||
Words of Kung-Fu Panda inspire students
Some of the 22 graduates who achieved their HND in Veterinary Nursing pictured with Niall Connell, Junior Vice-President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Students at SRUC’s recent winter graduation ceremony were asked to take inspiration from the wise words of a noted philosopher – not Karl Marx or Confucius, but Kung Fu Panda.
|11/04/2018 - 22:27||
CEO AWARDS 2018 "AND THE WINNER IS... "
Grace Hall in the City of London was the venue for this year’s European CEO Awards. Kicking off a packed European Conference week, the awards on the Monday night recognised the exceptional, innovative and creative leaders in the consulting engineering sector.
|10/18/2018 - 09:23||
Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola surprises Blues fan and cancer survivor
Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola surprises Blues fan, Ed Garside, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia when he was just eight years old.
|Cancer Research UK|
|10/14/2018 - 12:25||
SBS Signs Letter Supporting Need for Free and Open Debate on Gender Politics
Southall Black Sisters signs letter supporting the need for free and open debate on gender politics and women’s rights without violence, threats and discrimination.
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|10/03/2018 - 22:54||
Camden National Bank Provides Significant Growth Opportunities for Employees
Camden, ME, October 4, 2018 – Camden National Bank recently recognized outstanding employees in Camden, Maine with significant promotions in their retail department. Aline Taylor was promoted to Vice President, Retail Sales and Service Delivery Manager; Jody Landrith was promoted to Vice President, Retail Sales and Service Coach; and Mark O’Donal to Assistant Vice President, Banking Center Manager at the Camden Main Office.
|09/19/2018 - 10:48||
Shidler College of Business alumnus establishes $100,000 endowment
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Public Info Officer, College of Business-External Relations Office.
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|09/18/2018 - 13:23||
Surviving plants and insects are tougher than we think
Red-tailed bumblebees such as this one feed on different wildflower plants, making them less vulnerable to the loss of individual species Picture: John Redhead.
|Centre for Ecol...|
|09/16/2018 - 10:51||
Something old, something new: Diamonds light illuminates our Anglo-Saxon heritage
Oakington is a small, village seven miles north-west of Cambridge. Archaeological finds in the area suggest that there may have been a settlement here in the Stone Age. In 1926, horticulturalist Alan Bloom was digging at his new nursery in Oakington when he uncovered three early Anglo-Saxon burials. In the 1990s, Cambridge County Council's Archaeological Field Unit uncovered 24 more burials, which had been discovered during the construction of a children’s playground.
|Diamond Light Source|
|08/05/2018 - 10:59||
Horizon Discovery appoints Terry Pizzie as Chief Executive Officer
Cambridge, UK, 8 May 2018: Horizon Discovery Group plc (LSE: HZD) ("Horizon”, "the Group" or “the Company”), a global leader in gene editing and gene modulation technologies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Pizzie as Chief Executive Officer and Board Director with immediate effect.
|07/18/2018 - 00:50||
Uncovering the mysteries of Englands Bayeux Tapestry and its connections to Charlemagne
A team of academics, led by the University of Bristol, are hoping to raise awareness of a unique, but little-known, medieval fresco which depicts fighting knights on the wall of a village church in Shropshire.
|University of B...|
|07/16/2018 - 14:23||
Caroline relishing new director role
The newly appointed Director of Marketing, Digital and Communications at Scotland’s Rural College is relishing the challenge of giving SRUC “a distinctive and powerful voice”.
|07/09/2018 - 18:17||
Impact of natural greenhouse emissions on Paris targets revealed
Global fossil fuel emissions would have to be reduced by as much as 20% more than previous estimates to achieve the Paris Agreement targets, because of natural greenhouse gas emissions from wetlands and permafrost, new research has found.
|Centre for Ecol...|
|07/01/2018 - 22:52||
Promotion prospects: persuading young people on the 'longevity' of maritime careers
Can the shipping industry do a better job in promoting seafaring careers to young people?
|05/17/2018 - 11:56||
Senior leadership appointments in the Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts at the University of Bristol is delighted to announce the appointment of a number of eminent academics to key senior leadership roles.
|University of B...|
|05/09/2018 - 06:37||
Young scientists scoop top awards at BSAS conference
A host of young scientists from across the country have scooped top BSAS awards for their excellent presentations at the society’s annual conferences.
|05/02/2018 - 13:04||
Professor Bodo Steiner Our food chain should be ecologically, financially and socially sustainable
Food economics is not just about the things we eat. What we drink is just as relevant.
|04/12/2018 - 02:42||
Atlantic circulation that helps warm UK is at its weakest for over 1500 years
In the first comprehensive study of ocean-based records, published in Nature, scientists have observed a marked weakening of Atlantic circulation over the past 150 years.
|03/05/2018 - 05:52||
Dementia researchers to share findings with public in Oxford
Scientists in Oxford are inviting members of the public to a free event on Saturday 17 March to hear more about current progress in dementia research. The meeting will involve talks from scientists at the forefront of research into the condition.
|02/23/2018 - 15:48||
Board approves three faculty appoinments
The Princeton University Board of Trustees has approved the appointment of three new professors to the faculty, effective July 1, 2018.
|02/20/2018 - 10:57||
The University of Law to Adopt Ex Libris Alma, Primo, and Leganto to Advance Teaching Excellence and Successful Learning Outcomes
LONDON, UK, February 20, 2018 – Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce that the University of Law has selected the Ex Libris Alma® library services platform, Primo® discovery and delivery system, and LegantoTM course reading list solution. The selection was made after the Ex Libris products received positive student feedback during demonstration sessions. Alma will replace the Ex Libris Voyager® integrated library system.
|12/18/2017 - 06:25||
University of Sheffield joins student visa pilot
A pilot which is looking at streamlining the process for international masters students wanting to study in the UK has been extended by a further 23 universities including the University of Sheffield, the Immigration Minister announced today (Monday 18 December).
|11/03/2017 - 09:24||
CEH scientists join major flood mitigation project
Choosing different crops, building soil organic matter and planting more trees could allow farmers to reduce the risk of nearby rivers from bursting their banks miles downstream, according to an innovative new research project.
|Centre for Ecol...|